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, the technology giant reported today that the company's profits beatned, and it can still analysts' expectations. the maker has seen a steep drop, falling since september. they were meant to protect the people against explosions. it turns out the bomb detectors were fake. the millionaire businessman and sold them has learned his fate. he was convicted of fraud in britain after an investigation by the bbc uncovered the faulty devices. our world affairs correspondent. >> this is how it was advertised, a slick sales pitch and he sold at around the world. the claims backed by no signs whatsoever. it made some businessmen appearing here an extremely wealthy man. complete with room and a staff swimming pool as well as houses in florida, cyprus, and they ought to. -- a yacht. iraq was the main market for his fake detectors. he sold thousands to the government for a total of $85 million. device in this countries that are wracked with terrorism and explosions. he has paid no heed to the people who stood on check points and security posts, believing this device worked. >> he went to baghdad after a string
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